Neighbour speaks loudly and carries big, big stick

Neighbour speaks loudly and carries big, big stick

Phone etiquette just isn’t what it used to be. A father and son in Battambang’s Mong Russey district on Monday complained to a neighbour who was loudly yammering on his phone, but the exchange escalated into an argument.

Not willing to back down, the father and son threw stones at the neighbour, who escalated things further by calling his friend. Once his backup appeared, the neighbour and his chum badly beat the other two men with wooden sticks before police arrived. DEUM AMPIL

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